Hard To Handle, Mama Tried, Slewfoot, Silver Threads And Golden Needles, Cryptical Envelopment > drums > The Other One > High Time > Casey Jones, King Bee, Sittin On Top Of The World > Me And My Uncle, Doin' That Rag, Let Me In, Dire Wolf, St. Stephen > Lovelight
Garcia plays pedal steel guitar for Slewfoot, Silver Threads, Let Me In, and Dire Wolf (which notably, Bob Weir sings lead). There is a slight dropout/splice at 1:04 in Hard To Handle. There is a splice in Mama Tried. Slewfoot cuts in near the beginning at "better get your rifles...". The first couple notes of Silver Threads are clipped. The end of Me & My Uncle is cut, with possibly a minute missing. The beginning of Doin' That Rag is clipped. The quality of the recording drops in a drastic manner at Doin' That Rag as there is a great drop in recording levels, which also begin to fluctuate at this point. The recording improves during Lovelight, which has a minor splice near the end. No noise reduction was performed. The pitch was corrected using Sound Forge.
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January 6, 2005 Subject:
just crossed my mind
i relly dig this uppity version of casey! sound is good on this song too,stream it just to hear casey if anything!5 stars just for casey. calliope like organ in the background,jerrys guitar sounds good,and his voicee is very hip!
I listened to the ogg version of this performance and I'd like to confirm that the sound gets very bad. Personally, I like this period, although Slewfoot and Let Me In do sound like unfinished concepts--but the bad sound is a big drawback.
June 24, 2004 Subject:
First 2/3 sounds OK, but with some tape hiss. Numerous cuts & splices. Everything after Me & My Uncle is unbearably gnarly, except for the last few minutes of Lovelight.
It's a transitional show, with early versions of songs that would become staples, and a couple that thankfully died a quick death. If you want some fine '69 this is not a good choice.